Tudor Place Historic House and Garden
A model of Federal-period architecture in the nation’s capital and a center of early Washington society, Tudor Place was home to six generations of Martha Washington's descendants from 1805 to 1983. Their stories and those of the servants and enslaved workers who served them animate the site, with collections of over 15,000 decorative objects, photographs and archaeological artifacts including the largest Washington Collection outside of Mount Vernon. Tudor Place sits on 5½ landscaped acres in the heart of Georgetown.
HoursGuided tours of the historic house offered Tuesday – Sunday, the last house tour begins at 3 pm. Guided House Tour: Suggested Donation. Self-Guided Garden (Tour): Free.
Closed January, all Mondays, and on: Easter Sunday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Thanksgiving Day & December 24-25
AdmissionGuided House Tour: Suggested Donation. Self-Guided Garden (Tour): Free.
|Tudor Tots - Fridays|
|City Nature Challenge ID Party|
|Floral Mother's Day Tea|
|In Pursuit of History|
|Garden Luncheon: Jane Scott Hodges of Leontine Linens|
|Guided Garden Tours|
|Summer Camp: Creature Comforts (Ages 4-6)|
|Summer Camp: Environmental Science & Sustainability|
|Women’s Suffrage Tea & Tour|
|Very Industrious and Neat with her Needle|
|Three Centuries of Georgetown Art|
|Marietta Minnigerode Andrews: Womanhood and the Arts|
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Washington, DC 20007